Category: Wordpressin’ It

  • Conditional WordPress Redirects

    Conditional WordPress Redirects

    Today, we’re talking about conditional ways to redirect a user in WordPress based upon the page they are using to log in. As with all things I do in WordPress, whenever I get a new challenge that takes me a while, I feel the need to share it. Or at the very least, post it […]

  • Custom Page Template WooCommerce Product

    Custom Page Template WooCommerce Product

    I recently had two client projects that required the Single Product WooCommerce page to display differently from other Single Product pages. Normally, your run of the mill single product page would have the product image, cost, description and an add to cart button. My clients wanted theirs to look different, but only for a single […]

  • Understanding & Using WP Query

    Understanding & Using WP Query

    In order to adequately develop a fully functioning WordPress (WP) theme, you need to know WP Query and understand how it works, why it’s necessary, when you need to use it and where it should be placed. WP Query is a class with a host of powerful functions (called template tags in WordPress) that allow […]

  • WordPress Conditionals for Logged In/Out Users

    WordPress Conditionals for Logged In/Out Users

    It happens all the time, you have a logged in user who should be displayed some kind of message or be shown something that a logged out user wouldn’t normally have access to. Typically, this takes the form of a logout button or link if you lost it by deactivating the default administrative bar that […]

  • Why WordPress Themes Won’t Save You Money

    Why WordPress Themes Won’t Save You Money

    While I prefer to do all my work in a 100% customized scenario, a lot of clients do request theme modifications. Many of these themes, they’ve purchased from ThemeForest or some other WordPress theme marketplace. And all that is fine and dandy, if you were just looking for something to build off of. The problem […]

  • WordPress Code Snippet for PHP Display Shortcodes

    WordPress Code Snippet for PHP Display Shortcodes

    I’m always finding myself having to look through my notes for this little snippet for php display shortcodes. I use it often enough to have to look for it, but at the same time, not often enough to commit it to memory. So here, once and for all, is the PHP code to display a […]

  • How to Remove the Smiley Face on WordPress

    So you’re working with WordPress, possibly editing a theme, maybe making your own, or applying a theme you just downloaded. Everything is working OK and looking fine until you get to the bottom of the page and notice this: What the heck is that smiley face doing there? At this point, you might be going […]